Question about Grilling
Just bought a sears gas grill. when testing for gas leaks there was one at the gas regulator connected to the lp bottle. tried another lp bottle but there was still a leak. tested both bottles on old weber grill and no leaks. (used sudsy water in spray bottle)
never had this happen with a gas regulator, i want to return entire grill and buy a different brand instead of just asking for new regulator, afraid new regulator may become defective in the future.
If it was me I would return it. You did the right thing by testing it on another grill. You should not have to accept a new grill that is not working properly.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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